Docker Compose Watch, a tool to improve the inner loop of application development, is now generally available. We built Docker Compose Watch to smooth away these workflow papercuts. We have learned from many people using our open source Docker Compose project for local development. Now we are natively addressing common workflow friction we observe, like the use case of hot reload for frontend development.
Docker Desktop 4.22 is now available, with improved memory & CPU management, support for Compose subprojects, and improvements to role-based access control.
Learn how the new “include” attribute, introduced in Docker Compose 2.20, makes Compose files more modular and reusable.
This article introduces `docker init`, a new beta feature that simplifies the process of adding Docker to a project.
Docker Desktop 4.19 includes performance enhancements, new language support, and a Moby update. Container-to-host networking performance is 5x faster on macOS, and Docker Init supports Python and Node.js.
Starting with Compose v2.17, we’re excited to share an early look at the new development-specific configuration in Compose YAML as well as an experimental file watch command.
Docker Compose V1 will be deprecated after June, 2023. Here’s what you need to know to transition to Compose V2!
Learn how Rapid7 — a security analytics and automations provider — used Docker to streamline developer onboarding through containerization.
Did you know Wasm and Docker can work together? Learn more about creating WebAssembly apps with Docker in this exciting demo breakdown.